Prostate problems are a frequent difficulty for men as they age. However, there is increasing data showing that natural treatments for the prostate are very effective in treating these conditions.
With age, there tends to be blockage of urine as it passes the urethra through the prostate area. Also PSA measurements frequently increase with age.
As noted in my recent blog report on osteoporosis and osteopenia, there was an unsuspected side benefit to men with prostate symptoms when they took moderate doses of vitamin D along with Florical (a calcium and a fluoride supplement). Men using this protocol found a significant decrease in their prostate symptoms.
My patients with osteoporosis or osteopenia took 20,000 IU of vitamin D3 and one capsule of Florical daily. Vitamin D3 is widely available at drugstores and vitamin shops in capsules up to 10,000 IU. However, most drugstores do not carry Florical, but store managers can order it from Mericon Industries. It is also available through the Internet.
In addition, there are a number of other natural products that are very effective in controlling prostate symptoms. The nutrient that has worked best for my patients is called Peenuts, an herbal formulation which can be ordered through sunvitanutrition.com. For example, a patient who, because of increasing PSA and prostate symptoms, had two prostate biopsies, both of which were negative. With the use of Peenuts, his PSA markedly decreased, and he is free of prostate symptoms.
As no product works for everyone, there are other nutrients for the prostate that work well. These include Prostate Plus, available from Everest Nutrition Corporation, 1-800-621-6147. Also, Ultimate PRO Support, available from RealAdvantageNutrients.com.
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Another advantage of nutrients is that there are fewer side effects from the use of nutrients than those from prescription drugs. Therefore, if there are prostate symptoms, a trial of the nutrients for control of the problem is suggested before turning to prescription drugs.
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